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    Miss 3's dinner
    Tonight was easy peasy tuna patties!
    All made in one bowl, tuna,an egg, corn,celery,carrot and rolled in breadcrumbs ! she loves them.
    Side of pasta and cucumber

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    Yum empowering I might try those if you don't mind... Can I ask how much tuna you use???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meld85 View Post
    Yum empowering I might try those if you don't mind... Can I ask how much tuna you use???
    yes they were a easy yummy dinner I liked them with sweet chilli sauce and mayo!!

    I just used one big tin of tuna and it made 4 small patties which was more than enough for me and miss 3 for dinner! can always use more I don't really use measurements just add as much veggies etc so it sticks together well before frying! I also refrigerated the patties before cooking so firmer! also good with tinned salmon!

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    Awesome will try them out... DS loves tuna and I am looking for new ways to cook it!!!

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    Dumb question do you scramble the egg or break it in as is?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meld85 View Post
    Dumb question do you scramble the egg or break it in as is?
    either really haha I just cracked in and mixed all with my hands so guess by the End it was probably scramble anyway

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    Finally I take a photo so can contribute!!

    DS had chicken stuffed with ricotta, lemon and pinenut - same as ours but ours was wrapped with prosciutto. With steamed veg. He had about half but loved it also DH's favourite.

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    Coriander and lime chicken with potato bake, steamed cauliflower and broccoli with pan fried mushrooms. Dd at it all and ds ate all bar the mushrooms
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    Ok so technically I didn't 'cook' this, but here's DS1 & my smoothies prepped for the freezer. There's pieces of strawberry, banana, mandarin, kiwi, watermelon, cantaloupe, celery, carrot & spinach leaves. Hope it tastes ok!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tadpoles View Post
    9 month old teething baby breakfast this morning was frozen pikelets. He loved the coldness.

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    What a great idea! Will remember this when my son is old enough!


 

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